Laura Pritchard

Laura Pritchard

Laura Pritchard
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Teaching students how to answer short answer questions.

Our literacy coach, Mrs. Johnson, came to help us get better with answering short answer questions. She used this anchor chart to help us learn the steps to writing a great answer!

Questions We Should Ask About What We Are Reading

Anchor Chart: Questions to ask about what we are reading-Asking questions and making connections to seemingly non connected things

20 Inspiring Children's Book Quotes- Love this!

20 Inspiring Children’s Book Quotes Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Education category. Check out 20 Inspiring Children’s Book Quotes now!

True!

"Life without books is like an unsharpened pencil. it has no point.and proves a point!

great idea

Love this idea! (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.) This could be a great exit ticket idea for the topic they just learned about.

What Stuck With You sign for your classroom. Students use post-it notes to show what they learned and then stick it right on the poster.

LOVE THIS great exit ticket idea What Stuck With You sign for your classroom. Students use post-it notes to show what they learned and then stick it right on the poster.

Get ready for a colorful year!

I love colorful displays, so this crayon classroom door display "Get Ready for a COLORFUL YEAR! OUR NEW PACK" is an idea I'd love to use. This idea would also look great as a Back to School bulletin board display. Put all the kids names up to be a crayon.

3rd grade thoughts --students fill out their thoughts about 3rd grade/what you're studying/etc. Nice!

First grade thoughts or thoughts about first grade end of yr for beginnning of yr new students. photo of: Classroom Door of Student Photos with Quote Bubbles via RainbowsWithinReach